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Winston-Salem, North Carolina

, New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana) and Atlanta. In 1967, the Hormel Foundation, in cooperation with the National Merit Scholarship Program, started a college scholarship program for the children of Hormel employees. Partial scholarships were awarded through this program on the basis of the student's test scores, academic records, financial need, and school and community involvement. A separate building to house the growing research and development department was built northwest


Saint John, New Brunswick

Brunswick Museum and the New Brunswick Community College are important institutions along with Radian6 and Horizon Health Network and many others are a part of Saint John's fast growing Research and Information Technology sectors. As the city moves away from its industrial past it now begins to capitalize on the other new growing economies in Saint John of tourism, having over 1.5 million visitors a year and 200,000 cruise ship visitors a year, creating a renaissance in the city's historic


Singapore

in 2010. Ranked 58th globally by QS World Rankings, with its Engineering faculty ranked 26th,NTU is one of the fastest-growing research universities in the world. NTU's share of competitive research funding has increased sevenfold since 2005, with significant funds devoted to the setting up of two Research Centres of Excellence – the Earth Observatory of Singapore Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


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